How absolutely darling are these? Dress them up or down as much as you like. So useful! And practical too especially i you have some old canvases laying around that you don’t want to (re)paint! I am going to make up a few of these and use them at the front door for mail and key organization!
There’s no way that whatever I put in these wall pockets would be nearly as cute as what’s in this photo.
An old velvet dress turn cute holiday adornment. They are versatile, and so cute on. Here are just a few examples of what you can do. Wear one on the front of a blouse or dress, the tops of your shoes, or even the backs of your heels. Simply secure with pins or closed bobby pins.
Cet hiver réchauffez-vous! On la voit partout et sur tout, les vêtements, les sacs, les colliers mais le plus chic c’est sur les chaussures.
Alors comment rendre vos chaussures un peu plus hivernale et cosy?
This winter keep it warm! We can see it everywhere et on everything, clothes, bags, jewels but the must on shoes. How can you make your shoes more winter and cosy? Prenez un col et découpez le en 2, coudre un moreceau de ruban à l’autre extremité qui n’en a plus. Take a snood and cut it in 2 parts, then sew a ribbon on the side that you cut
Regardez cette petite boots toute triste:( Look at this sad low boots:( Beaucoup mieux comme ça:) A lot better like this :) Et jouez autant que vous voulez avec! And play as long as you want with it! C’est aussi canon sur une paire de bottes. It’s also great on a pair of boots.
“I just started studying fashion design at FIDM and this is the fist garment I constructed since starting school here. The assignment was to work with a group of people and choose garments form different eras and either construct or design pieces that was inspired by the garments. Here is the gown I constructed by hand and machine sewing. :D
Model: Rachel Hack
In Christ, Jenny Chen”
My 18 year old college freshman friend made this! Click on the photo to go to her tumblr and the original post!
Detachable collars are everywhere in the fashion-blogging world. Here, ÆTIENNE.NET customizes the trend by adding geometric, reflective pieces cut from old CDs. Learn how she does this by clicking here.
It’s October again, which means that costume season is approaching. Here is an idea by loveMeagan on how to recreate Dolce & Gabbana’s Ostrich Feather Skirt using ostrich feather boas (we recommend just using regular costume boas) and a plain black skirt. Choose to wear this as part of your Halloween costume, or be bold and wear it out! Click here to see the article in The Yes Stylist and here for the full tutorial.